Executing a Project
No. of mini-lessons5
No. of mini-lessons 5
Phase 3 of the project life cycle is where you execute the plan, turning ideas into reality. It’s the longest and most involved phase. The “doing” part, where the deliverables of the project are built. This could be anything from a physical product to a policy document, depending on what your project is aiming to achieve.
In order to successfully reach project goals, there are many factors to think about and control, such as building a team, hiring suppliers, communicating with stakeholders, etc. Getting this phase right is crucial for the success of the project.
What are the processes of project execution
How to carry out “change management” planning
How to monitor the execution phase
How to complete a phase review
Why your teams need this course
In this phase, you need to keep all the plates spinning and balanced at once, making sure all tasks are under control and following the plan. If you’re new to business or project management, or simply want to improve your project execution skills, you should take this course. You’ll learn vital skills such as: how to control and monitor tasks effectively, managing change, and meeting project goals. This is course 3 in a series of 5.
Other courses in this collection
Initiating a Project
When you have multiple tasks that need to be done simultaneously, knowing how to get started is the first step in completing the project.View course
Planning a Project
Making a plan is key for completing projects. Learn how to set and assign tasks, and how to streamline processes for maximum productivity.View course